The Ongoing Mystery Aircraft Thread Part Deux. - Page 818

Thread: The Ongoing Mystery Aircraft Thread Part Deux.

  1. #20426
    It is the KB-2UT from Bulgaria. Over to Chris -

  2. #20427
    Should be a easy one.

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  3. #20428
    Methinks this is the Kawasaki KAT-1.

  4. #20429
    That's the one over to Germany


  5. #20430
    Let's go on with a parasol.
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  6. #20431
    It looks remarkably like a member of the Morane Saulnier MS.340 series - but I don't think that it is because of the straight wing and the V (rather than N or parallel) shape lift struts.

  7. #20432
    This is not a Morane, Mike.

  8. #20433
    I think it's a Tachikawa R-53

  9. #20434
    It is the Tachikawa R-53, Uli
    One of the first planes built in Japan after the war.

    Over to the Black Forest.

  10. #20435
    on with this
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  11. #20436
    Uli, I think that is the Mignet HM.390 (possibly F-PJDY ?)

  12. #20437
    No Mignet according to my source

  13. #20438
    Could it be under Croses ? We are in the perilous waters of French designations, mind !
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  14. #20439
    Having checked again, the gear is different, Uli. I await with interest. Surely the other Mike is the authority here ??

  15. #20440
    I learned that there is a more than fortuitous link to Mignet but it’s not French

  16. #20441
    ....... It's from the land of the rising sun .....

  17. #20442
    I was going to enquire whether it might be one of the Argentinian poux. There used to be an excellent website that listed all of the formule Mignet aeroplanes, both in France and around the world, but it no longer exists. It appears that its creator took it down. I wonder if anyone had the foresight to download the material from that website before it was taken from us?

  18. #20443
    Well my mystery was the Tachikawa R-HM from

    Open house with two open doors:

    - front door for Sopwith Chameleon
    - back door for anybody else if Sopwith Chameleon fails to post a new mystery within a reasonable time

  19. #20444
    The website to which I alluded yesterday is I believe that it has disappeared only recently.

  20. #20445

  21. #20446
    OK, let's keep it rolling with an easy one -
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  22. #20447
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    Hi Mike
    The Morane-Saulnier MS-470 Vanneau 1 (reportedly originally named Lévrier) ?

  23. #20448
    Don't know about Lévrier, Walter, but it is certainly the MS.470. Over to you -

  24. #20449
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    Before you ask, yes she is shown here in her finished state.
    If it helps, construction was all-aluminium and the wings could be folded (upwards).
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  25. #20450
    My memory tells me that this minimalist aeroplane has put in an appearance here before - but I can't remember when or what it is!

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